Jeffrey Tanenhaus

writer, photographer and tour guide

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Writer, photographer and tour guide 

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Last August, Brooklyn resident Jeffrey Tanenhaus quit his day job and headed west -- on a sturdy three-speed Citi Bike. This week, he completed his journey at the Santa Monica Pier.

A Citi Bike Goes West

Last August, Brooklyn resident Jeffrey Tanenhaus quit his day job and headed west -- on a sturdy three-speed Citi Bike. This week, he completed his journey at the Santa Monica Pier.

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